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I know he has over finances and medicial
no brother has not been to court for anything. no court ordered conservatorship. yes according to dads will all 3 of us are to share dads will equally and brother got poa because dad was getting a little foggy an d he thought dad was not making clear decisions but sister and i did not see that difference in dad.
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XavierJD father does not have copies of the poa's that my brother has. is father supposed to have a copy of them and where do i get a copy of these if brother will not give me a copy of them for we have never seen any of these papers. please tell where i can get copy of these?
XavierJD is it possible to call the clerk of courts and ask about the poa?
XavierJD yes you have been very helpful and if i have any other questions i will seek your answers. thank you
one more question is there another type of poa the sister csn get to keep dad with her so that brother can not pull dad from her home, as things are right now he is trying to pull the shots at sisters home about dad need some help with this brother of ours who thinks he is little bull dog
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